Bloomberg BNA publishes Climate Mundial’s definition of Green Finance for Climate Change. Download the paper by Daniel Rossetto with contributions from Bruce Tozer at GreenFinanceBNA
The Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE) published its new report today entitled Beyond Transparency: Unlocking the Full Potential of Green Bonds, citing the Paris Climate Bond concept.
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Climate Mundial today launched the Paris Climate Bond concept at the In-Session Workshop at the UNFCCC climate talks in Bonn: Exploring financing and use of the CDM by international climate finance institutions.
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Green bonds have been growing in popularity, a trend that could be bolstered by the widespread attention given to Pope Francis’s environment encyclical and the looming global climate talks in Paris. But what exactly is a green bond? Who determines for investors if something qualifies? And what role might the United Nations play in answering those questions? Daniel Rossetto, managing director of Climate Mundial, this week took a closer look at the state of green bonds for Bloomberg BNA’s International Environment Reporter publication. Download the article here: BNAgreenbonds
The CDM would make the ideal eligibility assessment, measurement and verification tool for green bonds. This was the proposal put forward today by Daniel Rossetto of Climate Mundial at the CDM for the Future workshop being held at the UNFCCC headquarters in Bonn, Germany. Click here to download the presentation.